Title: Dead Camp 2
Series: Dead Camp, #2
Author: Sean Kerr
Genre: Erotic Romance/ Historical/ Horror/ Paranormal/ Vampires/ Angels/ Demons
Length: 179 pages
Publisher: Extasy Books (February 14, 2016)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Hearts
Blurb: It is said that the Devil is in the detail, but what if the Devil was in you?
The world is at war, a war determined to involve Eli, whether he likes it or not. Hitler, his dark army of feral vampires, and even the Devil himself, all conspire against Eli, leaving him no choice but to fight back, risking Malachi’s soul in the process.
Eli is determined to find Ethan’s father, no matter the cost to himself or Malachi, and in a place filled with death and unending cruelty, Eli realizes that some truths should remain buried, and some truths are just too terrible to bear.
When the old enemy, demons from Eli’s dark past, find him once more, they reveal a secret so impossible, so terrible, that it pushes Eli to the very edge of his endurance. They took his boyfriend from him once, and the secrets that they reveal about the man he once loved threaten to strip Eli of everything that he holds dear, pushing him to the edge of his sanity.
Eli thought that he had nothing left to lose, but at Welwelsburg Concentration Camp, he realizes that he was very wrong.
Product Link: http://www.extasybooks.com/sean-kerr/dead-camp-2-1/
Review: This is the second book in the Dead Camp series and boy does it pack a punch to the gut.
Eli and Mal infiltrate a death camp in order to free the prisoners from the atrocities taking place within. Eli goes in as a prisoner and gets a firsthand experience of ll the horrible conditions and treatments of said camp. I was so angry on behalf of all those within that suffered.
Mal goes in as a guard and experiences the evil deeds done by the guards and those in charge. I felt Mal’s disgust with the whole situation. I was also worried about Mal as he was a ghost possessing someone else’s body and feared that he would not make it.
As with any story of this magnitude there are mysteries to be solved past enemies to be brought down and above all else trying to keep your sanity in a place where evil rules. It was an epic journey of sorts that was filled with sorrow, horror and survival. The scene that actually made me bawl like a baby was the shower. The injustice and seeming disregard for human life simply because of who they were was almost more than I could take.
The author does a wonderful job in the details and storytelling. I felt as though i was actually there witnessing everything.
I loved this book and am looking forward to the next book in this intense yet fascinating series.
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